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Suffering from podcast withdrawal (where is 74?), I have sought refuge in the archives.

But my iTunes seems broken. I have every episode except #1 and 2. Here's my URL:

Is there any way to get iTunes to "find" those earlier episodes? Is there a feed out there with every episode that gets updated on a timely basis (I click refresh on IT Conversations every 5 mins)?

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Go to and just search for them. They're all there, including episodes 1 and 2. I don't think netcast aggregaters like iTunes are concerned with keeping an archive of everything ever posted. They only care about what's new. If you want that history, you have to go to the source.

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Can't remeber where I saw it, but I seem to remember the feeds only show but so far back. Frankly I'm surprised the SO feed goes that far back. Most shows only go 5 - 10 episodes back.

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The feed only has 5 episodes or so. My iTunes just has a record over the last year. But I subscribed after 1&2 were not listed. :-( – Frank A. Krueger Nov 17 '09 at 21:08

A google search for "stack overflow podcast N" turned up:

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